The strategic partnership between SWCorp and NGO’s Penggerak Komuniti Negara (PKN) educate’s the community on hygiene

Ampang: The work to the grassroot level on the National Hygiene Policy has begun to be implimented through a joint venture by the SWCorp and the NGO’s Penggerak Komuniti Negara (PKN).

After the MOU between the two parties was signed on March 23,a joint venture through programs and campaigns on aspects of environmental hygiene was started in Selangor.

The role of the joint venture is to educate and empower the community in a hygiene campaign that aims to make Malaysia a clean country and towards the status of a developed country by 2025.

PKN was inspired by the established and pioneered by YB Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin with the main goal of empowering the community.

Incidentally, SWCorp is an agency under the Minister of Housing and Local Government and is responsible for managing solid waste.

Effords to achieve the National Hygiene Policy with the vision of Malaysia as a clean nation will not succeed without the involvement of the community as a whole.

In the light of that importance,it is time for every members of the community to take part and share responsibilities to enable hygiene awareness and environmental care.

The charity not only touches on hygiene awareness but it generates community income through programs conducted through strategic joint ventures between SWCorp and PKN.

PKN NGO’s in the Selangor Parliamentary Constituency involving Ampang, Sepang, Hulu Selangor, Subang, Petaling Jaya, Damansara and Shah Alam have already started the first steps in this strategic joint venture. _PPI

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